Well at least your Lake Ontario Offshore Racing committee is!!
Congratulations to all the racers and especially the winners from the 2018 offshore racing season. Check out the pictures from the LO300/600 and Susan Hood Awards Banquet on our Facebook
The LOSHRS Awards Banquet is still coming up on February 9th, followed by another spectacular offshore racing season planned for 2019 including the 30th LO300 Challenge. Dates are set, NOR's are being crafted and logistics are well in hand.
Available in March 2019, this boater's resource will be distributed through major Canadian and U.S. yacht clubs, marinas, chandleries and regattas. Check out the 2018 Racing Guide, and then contact us to book your ad in the 2019 edition.
2019 GLSS Annual General Membership Meeting - February 2, 2019
Come January and we all start thinking about launch - right? Well, perhaps at least focused on getting together with some old friends at the 2019 AGM. This time the meeting will be held in Detroit at the Bayview Yacht Club. Solo sailors and guests from the U.S. and Canada and from all the Great Lakes are welcome to attend this event. For more information and to RSVP, go to 2019 GLSS AGM.
Offshore Personal Survival Course - March 2-3, 2019
Whether you're racing in the LO300 or just crossing the Lake...go safely. This two-day course is being held at Ashbridge's Bay Yacht Club and will help you learn how to prevent things from going sideways and what to do when they do! You'll get hands on experience firing off flares, putting out fires, practicing cutting rigging, getting in and out of a life raft and much more.
This Ontario Sailing Offshore Personal Survival Course is internationally recognized and laced with real life stories of the sea from Diane Reid and Jamie Gordon. Register Today!
The Lake Ontario Offshore Racing Group is responsible for the planning of the Lake Ontario 300 Challenge, the Susan Hood Trophy Race and the Lake Ontario Short Handed Racing Series under the organizing authority of the Port Credit Yacht Club.